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November 24, 2008
Dear Bauer Family,
As a youngster I sat with my Grandfather watching the Yankees play and listening to him tell me that if I wanted to be a ballplayer than I should watch how Hank Bauer plays the game. I regret that my Grandfather did not live long enough to see Hank win the 1966 World Series. I have the feeling they are up in Heaven talking baseball.
Hank will always be a part of some very special memories for me.
May the Lord Bless you and give you strength.
June 23, 2008
May the Lord richly bless the family of Hank Bauer. I loved watching him play for Yankees when I was a small boy. Later, while serving in the Corps, I learned of his even more impressive heroism as a Leatherneck in the Pacific. I value his autograph which I obtained at a baseball show. All Americans can learn how to conduct themselves from Hank Bauer. SEMPER FIDELIS.
June 13, 2008
Hank was someone whom everyone could learn a lesson from. He always made an effort to push forward and showed that he had the energy to do just that. I will miss him.
April 1, 2008
Hi,
I never knew your father, but my dad did. They served together at Okinawa. Dad said Mr. Bauer was his sergeant. Dad was severely wounded, but he must've been one of the six survivors of that platoon. We lived in the south suburbs of Chicago and I do remember when the Yanks played the White Sox, Dad would always see Mr. Bauer and on occasion they would go to Gino's Steak House in Harvey. I thank God for courageous men like our fathers, their legacy will continue as long as our nation remains free. I got to thinking about them today. April 1st is the anniversary of the invasion of Okinawa.
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